A task force of lawmakers and business leaders held their first task force Monday on to look at the possibility of allowing grocery stores to carry wine and high-point beer.
All seven state parks scheduled to close this summer due to budget cuts will remain open, many with the support of local governments.
A former Department of Human Services supervisor in the case of 5-year-old Serenity Deal who died last June says there are systemic problems with the agency.
Oklahoma lawmakers held their first joint task force on the Federal Health Care Law which was passed by Congress last year.
A national expert on criminal justice reform comes to Oklahoma to discuss ways to reduce recidivism in state prisons.
The State Department of Human Services is wrapping up an investigation of employees who were suspended after the death of a five-year-old early in the summer.
The State Supreme Court is looking into a case which would allow lawmakers to be immune from felony prosecution while performing legislative duties.
The State Secretary of Transportation says he is ready to go with construction projects if the President’s job bill moves through Congress.
For one, the terrorist attacks of September 11th brought a renewed sense of purpose.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services is working with churches and community groups to reduce the number of foster children in state care.